(verb) To solicit attention and support for an undertaking of grandiose proportions and then failing to meet the promised expectations.
"Bob said he was going to landscape his yard if we helped him rake the leaves, but all he did was mow the lawn--he kottked us."
by quonsar February 23, 2006
To solicit attention and support for an undertaking of grandiose proportions and then failing to meet the promised expectations.
v. Bob said he was going to landscape his yard if we helped him rake the leaves, but all he did was mow the lawn -- he kottked us.
by fandango_matt February 22, 2006

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